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What drive cycle requirements are needed to reset readiness code on a 2000 accord v6 coupe?

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Usually just a steady cruise over 35 mph for 15 minutes

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I have a 2002 honda accord 4 cyl. that is reading on obd2 7 monitors ready ,1 inc egr , can anyone ell me what this means if it is not ready.


Whenever power is completely removed from a vehicle (disconnect the battery), active trouble codes are erased and all system monitors are reset. This is primarily to prevent 'turning off' the check engine light just before emissions inspection. Most states require that all monitors (or a specific number of them) be in a 'ready' status.
For the monitors to 'pass' checks and attain a 'ready' status, specific conditions must be met, usually involving 'drive cycles'. Some system monitors will reset very quickly - one drive cycle or less. Some take longer - more drive cycles or other conditions (usually the evaporative emission cycle requires fuel be between 1/4 and 3/4 of a tank of fuel).
If your car recently had the battery disconnected or replaced, you may have to drive it a few more times to get all monitors into a 'ready' status. If the EGR (exhaust gas recirculation) monitor does not reset, check with a dealer or a good garage on what parameters must be met to reset this monitor.

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2002 Hyundai Elantra that says my on board computer is not ready to be tested. Emission results are: readiness- fail, monitor comprehensive- not ready, monitor EVAP not ready,monitor O2 not ready.


Did you recently clear the trouble codes or disconnect the battery? Once all codes are cleared, the computer will not display systems 'ready' until they go through an evaluation cycle. Some of the systems require a certain number of drive cycles before they will display 'ready'. A drive cycle is usually starting the engine from a cold start (based on coolant temperature) and driving until certain conditions are met. I don't know what the requirements are for your car, but my 2003 pickup truck requires more than 10 drive cycles before it will make the O2 sensors and evaporative emissions 'ready'. Most states only require that a certain number of systems are showing 'ready' to pass emissions certification.

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What is the drive cycle for a 2002 Yukon XL 1500


I don't understand "drive cycle". You can clear the codes by unhooking the battery for 5 minutes then repowering.

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I have a 2004 honda accord ex v6 coupe. how do i remove maintenance required light .


With the key off, press the odometer reset button on the instrument panel. Hold the button down and turn the key to the "on" position without starting the car. The light should go out within 10-15 seconds.

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Need radio code for 2000 honda accord coupe PLEEEEEEEEEEEEASE!


the only way to get the code is to call a Honda dealer and ask them for it. you must remove the radio and get the #'s of of it. They will probaly ask for the serial # . IF you are lucky they wont charge you, usually they want you to bring the car in and charge you $50 or more to do it. When you call ask for parts and tell them you need a radio code have the serial # ready. Good luck.

Jan 12, 2010 | 2000 Honda Accord

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Not ready codes


There is a long drive cycle for this issue and it is a tsb so it should be free. Have them call hyundai tech line to get the drive cycle. Its so long i could never type it out for you. Its pages but it works. If the dealer gives you any problems call hyundai consumer affairs and they will take care of it for you. the number is in your owners manual or ask a sales person. Hyundai cansumer affairs will do anything to make you happy. Hope this helps good luck.

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